Jason Mraz Live at "Coup de tat" radio show 92.1 FM on 2002-10-14
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- Live concert
- Jason Mraz
d1t02 - Scott Riggs: "Let's do a super quick recap..."
d1t03 - Jason talks about his promo gigs for the week
d1t04 - Jason introduces Belle & Sebastian 'If You're feeling sinister'
(Belle & Sebastian - "If You're Feeling Sinister")
d1t05 - Jason talks about Belle & sebastian
d1t06 - Jason introduces Ella Fitzgerald
(Ella Fitzgerald - Scat)
(Bjork - "All is full of love")
(Bright Eyes - "Lover, I don't have to love")
d1t07 - Jason talks about how he got into Bright Eyes and mix tapes
d1t08 - Jason talks about Bjork
d1t09 - Scott Riggs: "How much of a live show music fan are you?"
d1t10 - Jason: "I'm america's opening act ..."
d1t11 - Jason introduces the Ron Sexsmith song
(Ron Sexsmith - "Dragonfly on Bay Street")
(Nina Samone - "Go To Hell")
d1t12 - Jason talks about when he worked at a tobacoo shop
d1t13 - Jason introduces Young MC, "Stone Cold Rhyming"
(Young MC - "Stone Cold Rhyming")
d1t14 - Jason talks about breakdancing in the studio
d1t15 - Scott Riggs: "You're nominated for a few San Diego Music Awards ..."
d1t16 - Jason talks about bushwalla
d1t17 - Jason talks about Kenny Rankin
(Kenny Rankin - "In The Name of Love")
(Agents of Good Roots - ?)
d1t18 - Scott Riggs: "Can we switch jobs for a little while?"
d1t19 - Jason talks about Agents of Good Roots
d1t20 - Jason talks about living in Virginia growing up.
d1t21 - Jason talks about his early shows and his first real show
d1t22 - Bushwalla tells the story of Jason's first show: the after prom party of his rival high-school
d1t23 - Jason talks about Newbreak Coffee shows
d1t24 - Jason introduces Turin Brakes
(Turin Brakes - "Underdog")
(Agents of Good Roots - "Smiling up the frown")
(Gregory Page - "Walking in the park")
d1t25 - Jason and Scott talk about Greg Page and Jason introduces Elgin Park
(Elgin Park - "What I can't do for myself")
d1t26 - Ticket winners for the Belly Up show
d1t27 - Jason introduces "Temple of everlasting light" and talks about his first LA show
(Kula shaker - "Temple of everlasting light")
d1t28 - Jason: "I'm making out with the microphone..."
d1t29 - Scott Riggs does the plugs for jason
d1t30 - Jason talks about Tristan Prettyman
d1t31 - Jason talks about "Waiting for my rocket to come"
d1t32 - Jason introduces the Jimi cover "Wait till tomorrow"
(Jeberto Jill - "Wait till tomorrow")
d1t33 - Jason station ID for 92.1
(Jason Mraz - "The Remedy")
The premise of this radio program is an artist comes in, and plays the songs they want for 2 hours.
songs in parenthesis ( ) were not recorded because they are studio songs of other artists, and should not be included
in this recording.
"Coup de' ta" was a show held on 92.1 an independent radio station in San Diego, CA. They were
the first ones to play Jason on the radio with the song "You & I both".
Hiss present on master cassette.
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- 2004-01-09 07:15:28
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- Escondito, CA
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